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i have to do is get out of your peripheral vision and i should be fine. >> you're going to bob and weave. >> jon: i'm going say a bunch of stuff and are you just going to go aaaahh. o'reilly angry! and that's going to be it. you're going down. look, i think it's going to be fun. i think we will have a substantive discussion. what are the-- do you have topics that are prepared already. do you know what -- >> yeah, we're going to talk about my book. >> jon: no we're not. >> right. and then we're going to talk about your interview on good morning america where they called you tiny. >> jon: what did you think of, when you watched the debate, at what point in it did you know oh t this ain't his night this ain't-- this ain't happening for the president. did it click in immediately. >> the only thing, look, i'm jaded. i've seen these things since 1812. i have seen, you know, martin van burren really lit it up. he did not get the credit he deserved. the guy kicked butt, number 8. so what i couldn't understand, this is a serious point, remember the 47% remark, mitt romney said that 47%
're taking early retirement and deciding you know what? >> and the line that bob beckel tried to use and it actually does not pan out and the second one is that take home pay is not keeping up with inflation. and inflation is higher so that the take home pay numbers are not better, the median household income is down, and actually have the projections of the corporate profits being slashed. and yet, you still have these numbers so i-- >> wait a minute, corporate profits are the highest they've ever been in history and-- >> were reduced. >> i'm telling you corporate profits are the highest in history and-- >> and there's a problem-- >> here is the problem. >> and the highest they've ever been, and corporations aren't hiring. and here is the problem. >> you want to know why? and here is lesson 101, juan, and-- >> what do you think of that. >> in one second. >> oh, please. >> and cooking, i smell rubber burning. (laughter) >> that's a rubber chicken in your pocket. >> and here is the thing, corporations aren't reinvesting back into the infrastructure because they don't trust this admin
vision and i should be fine. >> you are going to bob and we've. >> i assume the debate is going to go like this. i will say a bunch of stuff and you will go. [growling] >> o'reilly angry. >> bill: so you can see how articulate this is going to be. all right. now mcguirk your advice to me is? >> well, listen, bill, you are going on to jon stewart's turf. >> bill: that's the college. >> you have to come out with just a little differently. you have to come out on a skateboard, perhaps, wearing a hoody, flashing the peace sign and the first thing you say is what up, players? have him in your back pocket. >> i was going to give out birth control devices to everybody in the crowd free. it's not georgetown but george washington still it's close. >> tomorrow night could be a good night for you to come out of closet because they would eat that up. >> that's right. they love that. >> i could be day for a night. >> have them in your back pocket. >> instead of saying to the crowd to say i'm happy to be there i could say i'm gay tonight. >> you could win a lot of unusual fans. you need to wear a b
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